University of Washington offers iPhone/Mac developer certificate

Wed, Aug 12, 2009


ArsTechnica reports:

The University of Washington’s Professional and Continuing Education program is now offering a professional certification program for iPhone and Mac development. The program, developed in conjunction with the UW Department of Computer Science & Engineering, as well as an advisory board chock full of top-notch Mac developers, consists of three classes, through which you can earn a “Certificate in iPhone and Cocoa Development.”

… The full certificate program consists of three courses, which includes a total of 90 contact hours. The first, “Programming in Objective-C and the Cocoa Framework,” is designed to give students a good foundation in Objective-C, the Cocoa frameworks, Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines, and some of the more common APIs like Core Data. The second course, “Developing with the iPhone SDK,” covers the iPhone-specific UI and code design patterns. By then end of the course, students should be able to plan and lead development of an iPhone OS app from start to finish.

You can check out the full scoop over here.


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